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Service sector hits 10 month high despite Brexit fears
The crucial services sector surge to a 10-month high last month as the economy continued to defy doom-laden Brexit predictions. A closely-watched index came in well above the expectations of of economists - raising the prospect of another quarter of ...
UK service sector activity smashes forecasts  
UK service sector growth 'continues to strengthen'  
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Royal Bank of Scotland has agreed a multimillion-pound settlement with a number of large investors over its ill-fated �12bn rights issue in 2008.
House prices have surged in "hipster hotspots" in and around major cities, says property website Zoopla. A study by the site found property rising in areas that are attracting "new generations of creative, upwardly-mobile people", reports AOL.
LONDON, Dec 5 (Reuters) - OPEC has finally agreed to cut production, but only after two years of fruitless negotiations. So what changed to make an agreement possible now, after it had eluded negotiators at previous OPEC meetings?
Volkswagen has launched a new standalone company called Moia that will focus on creating transport mobility services, including fleet-based shuttle services, carpooling and eventually autonomous vehicles.
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